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2. Hoi - ty - toi - ty, who's a - fraid ? 

3. Hoi - ty toi - ty, what's an oath? 



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thou'rt a bon - ny las - sie ! 



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con - duct is past bear - ing ; I thought ye both Had ta - ken oath, Fri - vol - i - ty for ■ swear-ing. Like 

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